The Judges

The Judges for the 2007 Awards were: Jonathan Clark, CEO Citisoft
Neil Fatharly, Marketing director PRUPIM
Martin Gloyne, Head of operations, Morley Fund Management
Bill Gourlay, Global head of sales, Swift
Matthias Maertens, Managing director, RBS Luxembourg
Paul Miller, Partner, Morse
John Mould, COO, New Star Asset Management
Raymond O’Neil, Founding partner, Kinetic
Mark Porter, Head of fund services, UBS
Clare Vincent-Silk, Consultant, Invest-It
Tim Wood, Global head of operations, RBC Dexia Also judging the awards from funds europe magazine were: Alan Chalmers, Publisher, funds europe
Andrew Chesney, Associate publisher, funds europe
Nick Fitzpatrick, Editor, funds europe
Nik Pratt, Technology editor, funds europe
Fiona Rintoul, Editorial director, funds europe   EDITORIAL ADVISORY BOARD
Penelope Biggs, Northern Trust, London
Nathalie Boullefort-Fulconis, AXA Investment Managers, Paris
Nadine Chakar, BNY Mellon Asset Servicing, Amsterdam
Peter Elam Håkansson, East Capital, Stockholm
Robert Parker, Credit Suisse, London
Dani Schaumann, Pioneer Global Asset Management SpA, Milan   2007_fe_awards_logo_148pixels.jpg

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